10 things we didn't know last week
Snippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.
1. Winston Churchill's wartime command bunker was not bomb-proof.
2. David Beckham likes wine tasting.
More details (Daily Telegraph)
3. The popular saying "finders keepers, losers weepers" dates back to the 19th Century when it was first recorded as "No halfers-findee keepee, lossee seekee".
4. Football score announcer James Alexander Gordon suffered from slurred speech as a child.
5. It's always "esq" and never "esquire" as a written honorific.
6. Until being revamped this week, the Bill's theme tune was called Overkill.
More details (the Stage)
7. The first known maize maze was in Pennsylvania in 1993.
8. The UK's oldest working TV set is from 1936.
9. Before the 20th Century, classical music audiences clapped between the movements. Now it's not the done thing.
10. Toucans use their large bills to keep cool.
BBC NEWS MAGAZINE